54.1 NFS Setup
Suppose alpine is the host of the home directories that are exported to cultus. On alpine install nfs-server. This will install nfs-kernel-server and nfs-common. The server provides the ability to export a local disk to other computers whilst the client is provided in nfs-common and allows our computer to access (i.e., to mount) the disk storage exported from other computers.
alpine$ wajig install nfs-server
On alpine we then identify the folder that we wish to exort,
and to whom to export. We edit
/etc/exports to add lines like
Then restart the daemon:
alpine$ wajig restart nfs-kernel-server
nfssvc: Function not implemented
However, nfs-kernel-server is used on prefect which are running kernel 2.4.9 and alpine, running 2.4.16.
Errors will also be reported if you have not loaded the
module into the kernel. Be sure to add the following to
/etc/modules if you get errors:
Now on cultus add the following line to
alpine:/home /home nfs defaults 0 0
Then on cultus you can:
cultus$ mount /home
You should also maintain common passwd, shadow, group and gshadow files between the various hosts. See Section ?? below for details.
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